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for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. >> san leandro are investigating a shooting at alvarado street and alaiding avenue around 1:30 this morning that left three dead. it was the scene of party that had been advertised on facebook according to a police spokesman. the report of shots fired came in as the pear was letting out. investigators have now set up a special anonymous tip loin that people can call to provide any information about what happened. the number is 510-577-3278. you do not have to identify yourself. >>> a massive policeman hunt has ended in mendocino county and law enforcement officials and local residents are expressing relief. aaron bassler was armed and dangerous and wanted for the killing of two local officials in august. yesterday they tracked him down in the mendocino county redwoods 6 miles east of fort bragg. he was shot to death by members of a s.w.a.t. team. we have details and reaction from fort bragg. >> reporter: 35-year-old aaron bassler is dead. mendocino county sheriff, thomas allman, is visibly relieved. >> this ends a 36-day really and truly terrorizing situation
this afternoon. >> thank you, lisa. good more than, everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm caroline tyler. the oakland raiders play in houston today without their maverick leader. owner al davis died yesterday at his piedmont home at the age of 82. the raiders have released a statement on their website saying he was a innovator, a pioneer with a deep love and passion for the game of football. his contributions to the game are enumerable. his legacy will endure forever. it's drawn fans young and old to the raider headquarters to pay tribute to al davis. we have more. >> reporter: balloons, flowers and a raiders jersey. these are the silver and black bits and pees of a memorial members of the raiders organization continue to build. >> i feel like an orphan right now. i feel like the father of our football team just passed away. >> the death of al davis has stricken a usually rowdy group silent. and here at headquarters, devoted fans take a knee, bring flowers, and add their signatures to a poster in honor of a man who turned the rough and tumble raiders into more than just a football team.
you, lisa. good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. occupy oakland demonstrators are calling for a general strike on wednesday and the city's teachers say they will take part. that's the latest development in the protests that included a march last night. during the march they squared off with police to protest last tuesday's use of force by police. this time the confrontation did not escalate into violence. a splinter group broke away from the main march and began spraypainting anti-police slogans on building walls. they also broke parking meters and shattered a front window of a police recruiting station. >> reporter: the crowd that numbered close to 1,000 people gathering at the plaza. before a march, they held an open mic that they called a speak-out on police brutality. this woman she has been from occupy oakland from the start. >> people are talking about the experiences they have had for years living in this city and dealing with the brutality that comes from the police. >> a couple dozen people shared their experiences and spoke out against t
. >> thanks nor joining us, i'm carolyn tyler. tyler. >> san francisco protest hers are preparing to march on the federal reserve this week as the occupy wall street gross in numbers and intensity worldwide. >> in italy chaos erupted in the streets of rome when demonstrations for yesterday's international day of action turned violent. nothing like that in the bay area where thousands hit the streets oakland and san francisco call for economic change. here is sergio. >> a national day of action, thousands around the bay area took to the streets. >> i want to see less bailouts for banks and wall streets and more bailout for people. >> this boy marched with his mother, katheryn. >> it reminds me of the early days of the civil rights movement. people are really, really angry. >> they were among the droves of people who flooded through san francisco's streets. in oakland hundreds more marched downtown and paused for a rally. >> we are here because we are talking about taking back our humanity. >> in berkeley a smaller group added their voices to the growing crowd. >> we are 99%. we are the 99%.
tonight. >> thank you, lisa. >> good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. interstate 580 is open again in san leandro after being closed for ten hours during a police investigation. officers have arrested a para transit driver on a pair of felony hit-and-run and murder. police are investigating whether 31-year-old eddie hall of oakland deliberately ran down a motorcyclist with his para transit van during a freeway confrontation. it happened on 580 in san leandro. we have more from the scene. >> the twisted metal jammed under the front of this para transit bus used to be a motorcycle. police say this marks the end of what used to be a crime scene. >> the para transit bus involved actually dragged the motorcycle for about a mile and came to rest after the 150th avenue on-ramp. >> the motorcyclist died in this collision, and because of initial reports by witnesses police are handling this as a homicide. >> i don't know if there was any communication between the two. that's unknown at this poi
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